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Marysville, East Liberty Honda plants earn EPA awards | Bellefontaine Examiner

The plants earned the recognition for the 12th consecutive year.

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NK Parts Industries celebrates expansion | Bellefontaine Examiner

NK Parts Industries has increased its Logan County footprint by 140,000 square feet to help meet logistical, subassembly and research and development contracts with Honda.

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Accord’s steward keeps a low profile | Automotive News

Steve Rodriguez is tasked with ensuring that production of Honda’s venerable sedan flows smoothly at the Marysville Auto Plant.

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Honda hits milestone of 25M automobiles produced in U.S. | Bellefontaine Examiner

When Honda’s U.S. plants hit the next 25 million milestone, Tom Shoupe is sure the plants and technology will look decidedly different.

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Honda supplier adding 40 jobs in East Liberty | Columbus Business First

Modular Assembly Innovations is investing $1.2 million to expand strut manufacturing and bumper assembly operations.

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7 promising tech startups shaking up the auto industry | VentureBeat

Columbus-based GhostWave makes the list, with its radar sensor technology that are less vulnerable to outside interference.

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People, machines work in tandem to build Car of the Year in Marysville | Bloomberg

Three decades after Honda first built an Accord in Marysville, humans are an integral part of the assembly process—and that’s... View Article

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Goken America scales its infrastructure in the midst of rapid growth | Smart Business

Founded in 2004, Goken has grown to 250 employees and is trending toward 300.

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Honda expands production of CR-V to Marysville to keep up with demand | The Columbus Dispatch

The Marysville plant, Honda’s oldest and largest in North America, will add the CR-V to its mix this summer.

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Marysville-made Honda Accord named North American Car of the Year | The Columbus Dispatch

The automaker won for the third year in a row.